Language School

Re: Language School

Postby Lori4ka » 23 Nov 2010, 22:32

I can show you some words or sentences in Bulgarian , because i am from Bulgaria:) :D
How are you? - Как си? (kak si)
You are very beautiful. - Ти си много красива. ( ti si mnogo krasiva)
Nice outfit. - Хубав тоалет. (hybav toalet)
Sweet lady. - Сладко лейди. (sladko leidi)
kisses - целувки (celuvki/tzelyvki)i am not sure about the English - Bulgarian transcription :unsure:
hugs - прегръдки (pregrudki)
amazing - прекрасен, чудесен :) (prekrasen/ chudesen)

Feel free to ask :)
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Re: Language School

Postby zmaya » 23 Nov 2010, 23:13

beautiful lady :wub:

Arabic - سيدة جميلة (Sydh Jmylh)
Belarusian - прыгожая дама (pryhožaja dama)
Chinese - 美麗的女人 (Měilì de nǚrén)
Croatian - prekrasna dama
French - belle dame
German - schöne Dame
Greek - όμορφη κυρία
Hungarian - szép hölgy
Japanese - 美しい女性 (Utsukushii josei)
Latin - domina pulcherrima
Norwegian - vakker dame
Welsh - wraig hardd
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Re: Language School

Postby Sic » 23 Nov 2010, 23:18

English Russian – Ukrainian
this is my favourite это мой любимый – це мій улюблений
I'm sorryя извиняюсь - я вибічаюсь
she is divine! - она божественна! – вона божественна!
hope you like it. - надеюсь, вам понравится. - сподіваюся, вам сподобається.
she looks elegant. - она выглядит изящно. - вона виглядає витончено.
this is my opinion. - это мое мнение. – це моя точка зору.
thank you for your comments. - благодарю вас за ваши комментарии. – дякую вам за ваші коментарі.
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Re: Language School

Postby pcoryna » 24 Nov 2010, 00:14

Language I love you
Afrikaans Ek het jou lief / Ek's lief vir jou
Albanian të dua
Aleut Txin Yaktakuq
Alsatian Ich hàb dich gär / Ich hàb lieb fir dich
Amharic እወድሻለሁ (ɨwəddɨʃalləhu - to a man)
እወድሃለሁ (ɨwəddɨhalləhu - to a woman)
Arabic
(Egyptian) to a man - (ana uħibbuk) ٲنَا ٱحِبُّك
to a woman - (ana baħibbik) ٲنَا بَحَِّك
Arabic
(Modern Standard) (>f uḥibbik / >m uħibbak) أحبك
Armenian (Eastern) Սիրում եմ քեզ: (Sirum em kez)
Aromanian ti voi
Asturian quiérote
Avallaen Sample text in Avallaen (vüväloiek dü quuo)
Azerbaijani Mən səni sevirəm
Basque Maite zaitut
Belarusian Я цябе кахаю (Ja ciabe kakhaju)
Bengali আমি আপনাকে ভালোবাসি (ami apnake bhalobashi) - frm
আমি তোমাকে ভালোবাস (ami tomake bhalobashi) - inf
আমি তোকে ভালোবাস (ami toke bhalobashi) - vinf
Bhojpuri हम तोसे प्यार करीला (ham tose pyār karila)
Breton karout a ran ac'hanout, da garout a ran, me az kar
Bulgarian informal
Обичам те (Običam te)
Аз обичам те(б) (Az običam teb(e))
Аз те(б)(е) обичам (Az te(b)(e) običam)
Теб(е) обичам (Teb(e) običam)
Теб(е) аз обичам (Teb(e) az običam)
Обичам теб(е) (Običam teb(e))
Теб(е) любя (Teb(e) ljubja)
Любя те (Ljubja te)
formal
Вас обичам (Vas običam)
Обичам Ви (običam vi)
Аз Ви обичам (Az vi običam)
Аз Вас обичам (Az vas običam)
Любя Ви (Ljubja vi)
Catalan T'estimo
Cebuano gihigugma ko ikaw
Chamorro Hu guiaya hao
Cherokee ᎬᎨᏳᎯ (gvgeyuhi)
Chinese 我愛你 [我爱你]
ngóh oi néih (Cantonese)
ngai2 oi5 ngi2 (Hakka)
wǒ ài nǐ (Mandarin)
nguh eh non (Shanghainese)
gua2 ai3 li2 (Taiwanese)
Cimbrian Ich liibe-dich
Cornish My a'th kar
Corsican amu tè / ti tengu caru
Croatian volim te
Czech Miluji tě - between partners
Mám tě rád (jako kamaráda) - between friends
Danish Jeg elsker dig
Dungan (Gansu dialect) Вә э ни (Veh ai ni)
Dungan (Shaanxi dialect) Ңə э ни (Ngeh ai ni)
Dutch Ik hou van je (inf) Ik hou van jou / Ik hou van u (frm)
Efik Mmema fi
Esperanto Mi amas vin
Estonian Ma armastan sind
Faroese Eg elski teg
Fijian Au domoni iko
Finnish Rakastan sinua
Frisian Ick heb di leev
Frisian (Saterfrisian) Iek hääb die ljoo
Frisian (West) Ik hâld fan dy
Finnish Minä rakastan sinua
French Je t'aime, Je t'adore
Friulian Ti vuei ben
Galician Ámote / Quérote
Georgian მიყვარხარ (me shen miqvarkhar)
German (Standard) Ich liebe Dich
German (Bayerisch) I lieb di
German (Bernisch) Ig liebe di
German (Hessisch) Isch habb disch libb
German (Kölsch) Isch han dich leev
German (Pfäzisch) Isch liewe disch
German (Schwyzerdütsch) Ich liäbä Dich
German (Vorarlbergerisch) I liab di!
Greek Σ΄αγαπώ (S’agapó) - inf / Σας αγαπώ (Sas aghapó) - frm
Greenlandic Asavakkit
Guaraní rojhayhû
Gujarati હું તને પ્રેમ કરુ છું (hūṃ tane prem karū chūṃ)
Hawaiian Aloha Au Ia ʻOe, Aloha No Au Ia ʻOe
Hebrew (Ani Ohev Otach - to woman) אני אוהב אותך
(Ani Ohevet Otcha - to man) אני אוהבת אותך
Hindi मैं तुम्हैं बहुत चाहता हुँ (Maiṅ tumhaiṅ bahut cāhatā hūṅ) m
मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हुँ (Maiṅ tumse pyār kartā hūṅ) m
मैं तुम्हैं बहुत चाहता चाहती हुँ (Maiṅ tumhaiṅ bahut cāhatī hūṅ) f
मैं तुमसे प्यार करती हुँ (Maiṅ tumse pyār kartī hūṅ) f
Hungarian Szeretlek
Icelandic Ég elska þig
Ilocano Ay-ayatenka, Ipatpategka
Indonesian Cinta kamu / Saya mencintaimu
Inuktitut ᓇᒡᓕᒋᕙᒋᑦ Nagligivagit/Nalligivagit
Iñupiaq Nakuagigikpin / Nakuagikpakpin / Piqpavagin
Irish (Gaelic) Gráím thú (I love you)
Tugaim cion duit (I give you affection)
Tá cion agam ort (I have affection for you)
Tá mé ceanúil ort (I have affection for you)
Tá grá agam duit (I have love for you)
Táim i ngrá leat (I'm in love with you)
Tá mo chroí istigh ionat (My heart is within you)
Ádhraím thú (I adore you)
Italian Ti amo
Japanese 好きです (suki desu) 好きだ (suki da)
好きだよ (suki dayo) 好きよ (suki yo)
大好きです (daisuki desu)
愛してるよ (aishiteru yo)
愛してるわ (aishiteru wa) - only said by women
Javanese aku tresnasliramu
Jèrriais J't'aime / J't'adouthe
Kazakh Мен сені сүйемін (Men seni süyemin)
Мен сені жақсы көремін (Men seni jaqsı köremin) - inf
Kirundi/Kinyarwanda Ndagukunda
Klamath moo ?ams ni stinta
Klallam nəsƛ̕éʔ cxʷ
Korean 사랑해 (sarang hae)
Kurdish Ji te hez dikîm
Ladino (Te amo) טי אמו
Latin Te amo
Latvian Es tevi mīlu
Lithuanian Aš myliu tave
Lojban mi do prami
Low Saxon ik hou van di
Luo aheri
Luxembourgish Ech hunn dech gär / Ech si frou mat dir
Macedonian Те сакам Click here to hear this phrase (Te sakam), Те љубам Click here to hear this phrase (Te lyubam) - inf
Ве сакам Click here to hear this phrase (Ve sakam), Ве љубам Click here to hear this phrase (Ve lyubam) - frm
Malay Saya sayang kamu / Aku cintakan kau
Malayalam ഞാന്‍ നിന്നെ പ്രേമിക്കുന്നു
(njan ninne premikkunnu)
Maltese Inħobbok / Inħobbok hafna / Jien inħobbek
Manchu Bi shimbe hairambi
Manx Ta graih aym ort
Māori Kei te aroha au ki a koe
Marathi माझ तुइयावर प्रेम आहे (Mājha tuiyāvar prem āhe)
Mi'kmaq kesalul
Mongolian Би чамд хайртай (Bi chamd khairtai)
Montagnais Tshemenuadeden (I love you) / Tsheshuenemeden (I love you a lot)
Ndebele Ngiyakuthanda
Nepali म तपाइलाइ माया गर्छु। (ma tapainlai maya garchu)
Northern Sotho ke a go rata
Norwegian Jeg elsker deg (Bokmål) Eg elskar deg (Nynorsk)
Occitan T'aimi. T'estimi
Old English ic lufie þe (West Saxon) ic lufie þec (Northumbrian)
Papimentu Mi ta stima bo
Pashto زه ستا سره مينه کوم
(za la ta sara meena kawom)
Persian (asheghetam) عاشقتم
used in poetry and songs - (dūset dāram) دوست دارم
Polish kocham cię
Portuguese amo-te, eu te amo, eu gosto de você, eu amo você
eu adoro você (I adore you)
eu tenho carinho por você (I have affection for you)
Romanian te iubesc
Russian я тебя люблю (ja teb'a l'ubl'u)
Samoan Oute alofa ia te 'oe
Scots Ah loove ye
Scottish Gaelic tha gaol agam ort
Serbian Волим те (Volim te)
Sesotho Ke a o rata
Shona Ndinokuda!
Sinhala මම ඔයාට ආදරෙයි (mama oyāṭa ādareyi)
Slovak Ľúbim Ťa
Slovenian Ljubim te (m/f), Rad te imam (m) Rada te imam (f)
Somali wān ku jecelahay
Setswana ke a go rata
Shona ndinokuda
Sioux techihhila
SiSwati ngiyakutsandza
Spanish Te amo / Te quiero
Swahili ninakupenda
Swedish Jag älskar dig
Tagalog Iniibig kita / Mahal Kita / Minamahal Kita
Iniirog kita (old fashioned)
Tamil நான் உன்னை காதலிக்கிறேன்
(nān unnai kādhalikkiren)
Telugu నేను నిన్ను ప్రేమిస్తున్నాను !
(naenu ninnu praemisthunnānu!)
Tetum Hau hadomi O
Thai ผมรักคุณ (phom rak khun) - m
ฉันรักคุณ (chan rak khun) - f
Tibetan ང་ཁྱེད་རང་ལ་དགའ་པོ་ཡོད་
(nga kayrâng-la gawpo yö)
Tok Pisin Mi lavim yu
Tongan 'Oku ou 'ofa 'ia koe
Tsez Даьр ми йетих (Där mi yetix) >f
Даьр ми этих (Där mi etix) >m
Tshivenḓa ngiyakutsandza
Turkish Seni seviyorum
Ukrainian Я тебе кохаю (Ja tebe kochaju)
Я тебе люблю (Ja tebe liubliu)
Urdu میں آپ سے محبت کَرتا ہوں
m (mein ap say muhabat karta hoon)
میں آپ سے محبت کرتی ہوں
f (mein ap say muhabat karti hoon)
Uzbek Men seni sevaman
Vietnamese Em yêu anh (>m) Anh yêu em (>f)
Volapük Läfob oli
Walloon dji t'veû vol'tî
Welsh dw i'n dy garu di rwy'n dy garu di
Xhosa Ndiya kuthanda
Xitsonga ndza ku rhandza
Yiddish (Ikh hob dikh lieb) איך האָב דיך ליב
(Ikh libe dikh) איך ליבע דיך
Yorùbá Mo nifẹẹ rẹ
Zulu Ngiyakuthanda
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Re: Language School

Postby pcoryna » 24 Nov 2010, 00:17

Beautiful in European Languages
How to say beautiful in European languages


German
schön

French
magnifique / beau

Italian
bello

Spanish
bello

Galician
fermoso

Portuguese
lindo

Romanian
frumos

Dutch
prachtig

Swedish
vacker

Danish
smuk

Norwegian
vakker

Polish
piekny

Finnish
kaunis

Greek
omorfos

Hungarian
gyönyöru

Croatian
lijepo

Czech
krasny

Bulgarian
krasiv
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Re: Language School

Postby lalka2010 » 24 Nov 2010, 00:47

My language is polish, so for example "you are beautiful" is "jestes piekna".
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Re: Language School

Postby wyrd42 » 24 Nov 2010, 02:06

I see little French here, so a little to go on, though I can't make the accent marks. Given this site, I am only giving the feminine versions. I mostly use these with some quebecois friends(people from the province of Quebec, in Canada):

Comment ca-va? :: How are you? or How is it going?
Vous etes tres belle. :: You are very pretty.
Je t'aime. :: (literally)I like you. In use, could mean I like your look as well.
Je t'adore. :: I love you.
Je t'adore ta robe. :: I love your dress.
robe could be replaced with chaussures(shoes), cheveux(hair), chemise(shirt), and so on
Vous etes jolie. :: You are pretty.
Merci. :: Thank you.
Merci beaucoup. :: Thank you very much.
S'il vous plait. :: Please(literally if it pleases you)
Grand means big, but it can also be used to mean great: Vous etes une grande dame. :: You are a great lady.
Tu et une jolie damoiselle. :: You are a pretty girl.

I may post again later if more phrases occur to me or I get a chance to talk more with my quebecois friends. I saw them online a lot more during the summer...
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Re: Language School

Postby elhamyu » 24 Nov 2010, 07:34

in arabic
How are you = keef halak = كيف حالك ؟
i love you = ahbk = أحبك

Sometimes when we write Arabic but with English letters
we use the numbers ,
i love you = A7bk
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Re: Language School

Postby eovine » 24 Nov 2010, 10:49

wyrd42 wrote:I see little French here, so a little to go on, though I can't make the accent marks. Given this site, I am only giving the feminine versions. I mostly use these with some quebecois friends(people from the province of Quebec, in Canada):

Comment ca-va? :: How are you? or How is it going?
Vous etes tres belle. :: You are very pretty.
Je t'aime. :: (literally)I like you. In use, could mean I like your look as well.
Je t'adore. :: I love you.
Je t'adore ta robe. :: I love your dress.
robe could be replaced with chaussures(shoes), cheveux(hair), chemise(shirt), and so on
Vous etes jolie. :: You are pretty.
Merci. :: Thank you.
Merci beaucoup. :: Thank you very much.
S'il vous plait. :: Please(literally if it pleases you)
Grand means big, but it can also be used to mean great: Vous etes une grande dame. :: You are a great lady.
Tu et une jolie damoiselle. :: You are a pretty girl.

I may post again later if more phrases occur to me or I get a chance to talk more with my quebecois friends. I saw them online a lot more during the summer...



Vous etes jolie. :: You are pretty. the pronoun VOUS is for plural number. "Tu es jolie"is for singular. Tu es jolie/belle/étonnantе/mignon - you are pretty/beautiful/amazing/cute.

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Re: Language School

Postby princess_h3 » 24 Nov 2010, 12:10

it's a good idea
in Arabic:
"How are you? " = "كيف حالك ؟ "
" your lady is very beautiful" = "صبيتك جميلة جداً "
This is what I know more than was told.
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